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Lack of Sleep Affects Immune System
Insomnia: Why Sleeping Pills Are Not the Answer
Many Americans suffer with insomnia. Experts say sleeping pills are not the cure. Through sleep centers, behavioral changes, and diet modifications Americans can diagnose and cure insomnia.
When Hurricane Sandy hit New York City, thousands were forced from their homes. But shelters have been providing a place to sleep long before this crisis. They're also restoring hope.
America is suffering from one of the worst flu seasons in years. CBN News shares tips on how you can try to keep the flu out of your home.
Shoo Flu! Keeping Your Family Influenza-Proof
Americans Ignorant of Dangers of Obesity
Kitty is a little girl who lived at a garbage dump. She ate the food she found there and tried to avoid being bitten by the rats. Life is very different for her now, thanks to CBN partners.
Ernest felt like he had holes in his pockets. He and his wife, Marva, found a way to pay off $100,000 in debt. See if their strategy can mend the holes in your pockets.
Scientists say all fat is not created equal. It all comes down to location, and the most dangerous place is around your middle. But there is hope to lose that midsection.
Busting a Gut: Keys to Burning Dangerous Belly Fat
A recent survey shows 50 percent of parents have problems putting their toddlers to bed and keeping them there. Pediatrician Dr. Harvey Karp offers some tips that help.
Why the Healthcare Battle is Far from Over
Best-selling author Joel Rosenberg looks at America's economic and spiritual challenges today through the lens of biblical prophecy. He asks if things can be turned around before it’s too late.
Rosenberg: Can Things Change Before America Implodes?
On Wednesday's CBN Newswatch: a shocking number of Americans think the nation will go bankrupt, an East Jerusalem church faces eviction from their building again, pediatrician Harvey Karp debunks the myths about babies and sleep, and more.
Sleep Deprived Parents? Put the Baby Myths to Bed
People with a new baby know all too well about sleep deprivation. There is hope, however, according to America's most popular pediatrician, Dr. Harvey Karp.